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Hypoxia (Reduced Oxygen) Recognition Training in Philadelphia

"Hypoxia (Reduced Oxygen) Recognition Training"
Topic: Hypoxia Recognition Training
On Wednesday May 15, 2019 at 08:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Legacy Aviation
9800 Ashton Road

Philadelphia, PA 19114

-Seats still available click on link inside- Join Patient AirLift Services (PALS) at Legacy Aviation at North East Philadelphia Airport to experience the Portable Reduced Oxygen Training Enclosure (PROTE) Chamber. PALS is thrilled to host the FAA's Civil Aerospace Medical Institute (CAMI) and their team for this unique training experience. Training is open to PALS members as well as the active general aviation community.
PALS & CAMI are offering a unique opportunity for pilots to take part in Hypoxia Recognition Training in a simulated reduced oxygen environment. The experience will allow participants to discover their individual reaction to the condition.
The reduced oxygen simulation will be conducted in the Portable Reduced Oxygen Training Enclosure (PROTE). The enclosure simulates the equivalent of a 25,000 ft. altitude.
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Training will be offered Wednesday May 15th through Saturday May 18th.
Participants can only register for one training time. Each session will include a 15-minute briefing with a CAMI team member, followed by a 5-minute hands-on, guided training inside the Portable Reduced Oxygen Training Enclosure (PROTE), and a short debrief. Training sessions will last about 30 minutes and can accommodate up to 5 participants per session.
Participants MUST arrive 1 (one) hour prior to their scheduled slot time.
Training sessions will be scheduled every 30 minutes starting at 9:00 AM on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with the last available time slot being 4:00 PM.
Each session will accommodate up to 5 participants.
Each participant must meet the following requirements (documentation/proof required upon check-in):Must be at least 18 years old.Must have a valid U.S. pilot certificate (Student, Private, Commercial, ATP, Sport, Recreational).Must have a current FAA Medical Certificate (minimum of a Third Class, no exceptions).
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